SoapBox Soaps: Vanilla Liquid Hand Soap Review

SoapBox Soaps: Vanilla Liquid Hand Soap Review + Giveaway

soapbox-vanilla-hand-soapAs we head into the fall months I have noticed the smell of cinnamon and vanilla are filling my senses.

When I think of vanilla the first thing that pops in my head are cookies and other baked goods. I had never really been a fan of scented soaps until I hit my late teens. Since then I have become a huge fan of scented soaps, and look forward to new scents and varieties entering my life.

Since the one of the smells of the season is Vanilla it seems more than appropriate that SoapBox Soaps has released a new liquid soap.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of SoapBox Soaps. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way influences the review to follow.

I was sent the new SoapBox Vanilla Liquid Soap for review. Shortly after I went to the Natural Products Expo I had the opportunity to do a review on Soapbox and was struck that this was a company that is a small but making a big impact with each soap sale.

When I opened the box the soaps were packaged very safe with a layer of clear tape on the pump to prevent it opening mid shipment. It is also important to note that despite the scent being strong, I was unable to smell it from outside the package which meant to me that we had little to not leakage in transit.

After I unlatched the pump I eager washed my hands for the first time. The soap not only smelled good but it rinsed off very easy without leaving a soapy residue. After I dried my hands I found them smelling good and feeling even better.

The company was founded by two former eagle scouts who are credited with creating SoapBox Soaps. Each item is Non-GMO, Vegan, Certified B Corp, EDTA Free, gluten-free, sulfate free, paraben free, and petrochemical free. In addition they use 100% recyclable materials that are made in the USA.

back-of-soapbox-vanilla-soapIn addition to the natural ingredients SoapBox Soaps also has a “buy one, they give one”. What this means is that with every product you purchase, SoapBox Soaps donates a bar of soap to a person in need. Each product has a code on the packaging, and if you go to the website and enter the code you can see what and where your “buy one, they give one” product went. I think this is a great added feature and makes me feel good knowing that as I indulge in a everyday luxury other people can not, yet they are getting assistance with my purchase.

SoapBox Soaps were exactly what I love about soap, which is easy to use, smells good and makes a global impact.


soapbox-logoBe sure to get your Soapbox Soap at your local Walmart!

I encourage all of you to visit SoapBox Soaps and on

You can also find SoapBox Soaps on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest

GIVEAWAYSoapBox Soaps is giving one new vanilla hand soap to one (1) reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to  win 1 – 12 oz bottle of *NEW* Vanilla Liquid Hand Soap. This is a $3.99 value!  I will be randomly choosing 1 person on November 11th (11/11/2016) to receive this new vanilla soap! Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by me by email and prize will be fulfilled by SoapBox Soaps/DealsAmongUs. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a SoapBox *NEW* Vanilla Liquid Soap






36 thoughts on “SoapBox Soaps: Vanilla Liquid Hand Soap Review

  1. Dana Matthews

    I am diabetic and just spent the past four months off of my foot due to a bone infection. With the threat looming of losing toes and this hitting so close to home, I’d have to say the American Diabetic Association.

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  3. Wendy R.

    My non-profit of choice is the National 4-H Council, and youth leadership organizations.

  4. betty

    If I could only donate to one organization it would be to a children’s hospital…thanks

  5. Melissa Storms

    I would choose the Make A Wish foundation. I have seen what good they can do for seriously ill children.

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  7. Savannah Forbes

    I would donate to the Humane Society. Rehoming animals is important and most rescues/shelters are underfunded. It is important that we remember animals as well.

  8. vicki lorenz

    I would donate to Children’s Hospital in Columbus, OH to the Heart Department. In memorie of my nephew Spencer Alan Matteson.


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